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  1. Readers, Welcome to Studio 125. This is the “official” reveal of our space, the one with the backstory and ALL the resources featured in the countless Instagrams taken over the past six months. It’s been a journey, and to be frank, we’re still working out the kinks. Nonetheless, it’s finished enough to invite you in for …

  2. Our studio. Sometimes it feels like this space is my second baby. We’ve worked over the last few months to develop this space into a beautiful studio – that is now available for rent! While we’ll share a larger studio reveal post in the coming month, we wanted to offer a sneak peek for those in …

  3. Making things has always been my favorite thing about having a “creative” career. When I went to school for graphic design (forever ago), product development was a path I had hoped I’d somehow find along the way! Just about two years ago, I partnered with Target on a home product launch, which was totally awesome and pretty surreal. Two …

  4. Chances are you know my friends at Fossil. They may have designed your first watch. Or crafted the leather wallet you splurged on in college, the one that stayed with you well into your late twenties because it showed it’s age gracefully (in the same way you hoped you would, too). You may have gifted your sister …

  5. Wit & Delight was nominated by Bloglovin’ as one of the best lifestyle blogs of 2015. I’m humbled, thrilled and, quite frankly, a little shocked. What started as a journey to discover my own style and a medium to share my thoughts, has caught on, thanks to you. While I’m incredibly late to thank Bloglovin’ for the nod …

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  7. As a designer and art director, working with brands in varying categories is required. It’s also the best part of the job, where many of us feel most comfortable and most challenged. As aesthetically-driven as WD is, my job isn’t to make brands look and feel like my own– for style is only as effective as …

  8. As social networking has made the world a significantly smaller space, it has provided us with tools that turn passion projects into careers. We’ve all witnessed the power of Kickstarter, and we’ve watched Etsy give makers a marketplace. While this spirit of entrepreneurism is timeless (and the phrase “don’t quit your day job” most definitely still …

  9. “This is the true story of six creatives…who decided renovate a space…to work together and have their lives Instagrammed…” This “Real World” reference has been the running  joke since December, when myself and five other creatives came together to create a collaborative workspace. It was Rita and Lisa who came up with the idea, and together we’ve …

  10. Wit & Delight readers, meet Parc Boutique. A staple for affordable women’s fashion in Northeast Minneapolis, owner Thao Nguyen has big plans for Parc, expanding her business to include a full service e-commerce site. I met Thao in January over coffee and was thrilled when she asked me to help rebrand Parc and design their website. …

  11. I haven’t shared much of the work I do at Cue on this blog, so I thought you guys might like this fun piece I designed for The Children’s Theatre Company. I’ve included the chosen inspiration board we initially shared with our client, along with a few images of the printed piece. You can see the …

  12. happy monday, all! nole at oh so beautiful paper did a feature on these invites i created for jon + alecia. head on over to get all the deats! design and photos by wit + delight

  13. paul and danielle are getting married at the mill city ruins (swoon) on halloween (so fun), and i couldn’t have been more inspired by what they have planned. danielle loved the idea of creating invitations inspired by vintage marquee signs and eclectic typography that referenced the 1920’s era. their color palette was mostly creams and light …